A fun kettlebell workout that uses compound movements. This is a high intensity workout that will build strength and speed. Check out my tips below!
In the last few years, kettlebells have grown in popularity—and for good reason! They’re relatively cheap, don’t take up much space, and are fantastic for building strength and metabolic conditioning.
If you’ve got a kettlebell on-hand and are looking for a quick and simple workout to do from home, you’re in luck. The Kettlebell Compound is one of my favorite workouts to do when I’m short on time but still want a kick-in-the-butt kinda workout.
- In this conditioning workout, the goal is to beat the clock. Push yourself in the first round, but pace yourself as the goal is to complete the following rounds in the same time or less.
- To complete this workout, select a kettlebell that is a moderate weight for you. In other words, the weight should be something you can move quickly, but still feels challenging.
The Kettlebell Compound
Type: Conditioning Workout
Directions: Set your timer and perform the number of repetitions for each exercise listed in the workout. After you complete the first round, write down the time it took you. Complete the following rounds in the same time or less. Rest 45 seconds after each round.
Kettlebell Compound Workout:
10 Kettlebell Swings
10 Goblet Squats
10 One-Arm Kettlebell Push Presses (each arm)
10 Kettlebell Deadlifts
50 Jump Ropes
Rest 45 seconds after each round
Modified Workout Guidelines: Perform 3 rounds.
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- One Kettlebell Workout
- The Kettlebell Swing Workout
- 15-Minute Kettlebell Workout
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